Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 8, 1955 · Page 6
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, December 8, 1955
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Takfa 'New Organ Of Melvin Church To Be Used In Sunday Program A program of sacred Christmas music will be presented Sunday afternoon-in the new sanctuary of Melvin Methodist Church, Marion *Tand _Reynolds Streets. The pro- Cgram will combine the musical tal ents of members of various Methodist churches of this area, includ irj those of several ministers. Mrs. .Roger H. Row, of Centre Street Methodist Church, will be at the console of the new organ and rr.wjil present a half-hour -ecital preceding the formal program at 2:30 p. m. Her program will include "Star of the East," "Ava Maria," "The Holy City," and Christmas carols. The opening prayer and remarks will be made by Rev. B. F. Hartman, pastor of the'church. The choirs of Pleasant Grove and Melvin Methodist churches will present several selections. Miss Joan Luttrell, of Pleasant Grove will sing ''The Prince Of Peace." Among the numbers will be Stanley Leasure, of Kingsley Methodist Church, singing "There's Music In The Air." Rev. Kenneth Grove, pastor of f nmanuel Methodist Church, will esent a chalk talk on the carol, "Silent.Night," and as its climax IFOR HAPPIER HOLLY DAYS FOR PIES. COOKIES. APPLES. CANDIED YAMS. STEWED FRUIT. TOAST. WAFFLES FRANK TEA 4 SPICE CO. F*EE IECIPES—Dipt. D: «. Cincinnati 1, Phi* will sing it as a solo, accompanied by Mrs. Row. Rev. Louis Emcrick, pastor of the Midland Methodist Circuit, will present "0 Holy Night." As the closing number, Mrs, Row will play "The Lord's Prayer," by Malotte. The program is being sponsored by the organ committee and a silver offering will be received for the benefit of the organ. The public may attend and also inspect the new sanctuary consecrated at services November 20. Sport Club Plans To Pack Basket A basket for a needy family will be prepared by'the Women's Sport Club at its dinner meeting tonight at the Ali Chan Country Club. Mrs. Mildred George will preside at a brief business session following the dinner. Jingle gifts will be exchanged: Bridge and 500 will conclude the evening. ..•••" Mrs. Mildred Abbott is chairman of arrangements, assisted by Mrs. Frances Aman, Mrs. Nellie Nycum, Mrs. Elizabeth Aldcrton and Miss Hilda Ruehl. . ; . East Side Club Will Hold Christmas' Parly A Christmas dinner' with husbands of members and friends as guests will be held by the East Side Homemakers Club of • St. Luke's Lutheran Church Hall on December 12. Following a turkey supper at 6:30, the jingle party will be held and a short program given. Mrs. Thomas Buser will be in charge of the music. Mrs. Edgar Naughton and Mrs. Charles Rudolph, of games and Mrs. Dan Klavuhn, the jingles. PRICED LOW FOR THE LADIES Genuine Cipeitin. Hind-beaded SEVEN POPULAR COLORS KAY'S Self Service Shoes 82 Baltimore St. Miss Billings, J. A:Yoder To Wed Dec. 26 The coming wedding of Miss Alene Ncdra Billings has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adalbert Nash Billings, 420 South Allogany Street. Miss Billings will be married December 26 Id James "Alvin Yoder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin J. Yoder, 531 Lowell Avenue. The ceremony, to be solemnized .n Grace Baptist Church, will be lol- lowed by a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Billings. Mrs. Lawrence R. Snedden, Richmond, Va., will he her sister's; matron of honor, and Miss Anna Willison, Flintslone, will be bridesmaid. A program of nuptial music will be presented by Miss Carole Reith, organist, • and Sibert Tamplin, Champaign,' 111., vocalist. Miss Billings is vocal and instrumental instructor . at Flintstone School. She also is organist at Central Methodist Church, a member of the Municipal Band and of the Cumberland Choral Society. A graduate of Allegany High School, class of 1950, she received her bachelor : of science degree from Indiana (Pa.1 State Teachers College, class of 1954. She majored in piano and organ. During her college career. Miss Billings was an active member of the YWCA, college band, orchestra, choir, and glee club. She was editor of the college newspaper, receiving the Penn award for outstanding work in journalism, and represented the paper at the Associated Collegiate Press conference in New York. She is also a member of the Music Educators Club, of Delta Omicron. honorary music sorority, and Sigma Kappa, social sorority. Her fiance graduated from Allegany High School, class of 1950, and served three years in the Army, where he received a sergeant rating. He studied Chinese at the language presidio in Monterey, California, and served in Korea as an interpreter. Mr. Yoder is a senior at Gettysburg College, Pa., majoring in psychology. After graduation in May, he will work for the govern ment. Si. Patrick's Sodality To Receive Members The Sociality of St. Patrick's Catholic Church will hole! a reception of'new members at 7:30 tonight in the church, with Rev. John U. Lyness officiating. Rev. Arthur Bastress will be the speaker. A general meeting and social will follow in the social center, with Mrs. Gladys Burkey and Mrs. Margaret Buzzard in charge. Miss Rose Marie Hines, Haiti more, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0 H. Hines, Lumberport, W. Va., was married to Robert Glotfelty, Baltimore, son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Glotfelty, Grantsville, Saturday. December 3. The double ring ceremony was solemnized at Park Site Methodist Church, Baltimore, with Rev. Trago W. Lloyd,' pastor, officiating. Traditional wedding marches ;ere played by l hvi church organist. The church was decorated with white mums and the altar lighted with tapers in 'branched candela- Dra. Mrs. Robert Ritzman, Baltimore, was matron of honor, and Robert Liston, Batlimore, served as best man.' The bride wore a white wiol dress fashioned on princess lines with dusty ' pink accessories. She carried a white Bible centered with a white orchid and caught with stephanotis streamers.. A strand jf pearls was her only jewelry. Mrs. Ritzman, matron, of honor, wore an aqua woe' dresr with black accessories with a corsage of red roses? Mrs. Hines. mother of the bride wore a navy blue wool suit with pink accessories and a pink velour-h'at, with a corsage of pink camellias. Mrs. Glotfelty, mother of the bridegroom, wore an aqua crepe dress with black accessories and a white satin hat ornamented with sequins. Her. corsage was also of pink camellias. A reception was held for the im^ mediate families and friends following the ceremony. A tiered wedding cake, ornamented with a iature bride and bridegroom, centered .the table. The bride was graduated from Lumberport High School and Nurses Training School, University of Maryland, Batlimore. She has been supervisor of nurses at the Hospital. • ' • •<..''. The bridegroom is a veteran of World War II. He graduated from Grantsville High School and Business Administration School of the University of Maryland. He is securities analyst for Sun Life Insurance, Baltimore. The couple left for a motor trip through southern states. They will reside in Baltimore upon their return from their wedding trip. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Glotfelty; Mr. and Mrs. Burton Glotfelty, all of Grantsville. and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hummell, Baltimore, formerly of Grantsville. SANTA'S MOST POPULAR TOYS B ARE AT . . DELUXE WONDER HORSE HILL'S a $ 29 Chromspun Plated #? #! #! "Marvelous Mike" Robot Operated Eiectromatic Tractor Amaz ingly real! Robot turns, goes forward, backs up. He stops, shifts pedals and levers to bypass obstacles. 14]/2" of new sensational action. 5 through 12. SMOKE GUNS $ 2.98to $ 4.98 USE YOUR CHARGE LJACCOUNT !# FOOTBALLS W i# !# i# ELECTRIC FOOTBALL 1# $ 6.95 Ball can be kicked and passed in this all electric game. 3 d i mensiono I styrene figures, unbelievably realistic. . I Route 40 Store Open Doily 'Til 9 P. M. HILL'S TOY Stores , 45 N. Centre St. Rt. 40 West-6 Miles v*L Glotfelty-Hines Wedding Takes Place In Baltimore The Flintstone Homemakers lub will meet Wmorrow night at .he home of Mrs. Russell Dolly; Newly elected officers will be installed and shut-in members • remembered with gifts to be brought 3y those attending. : The Pleasant Grove Homemakers lub will meet December 13 instead of December 15 at the home ot Mrs. Leslie Hinkle, Baltimore Pike, at 7:30 p. m. Members are .0 bring jingle gifts and gifts for hospitalized children. •The Pleasant Grove Women's Society of Christian Service will lold a Christmas party tonight at 7:30-at.the church. . Star, of the East Chapter ID, Dames of Malta, will meet at 7:30 tonight at Junior Order hall. Each member is to bring food contributions for' the baskets' the chapter will distribute for Christmas.' Chapter 914, Women of the Moose, will meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the Moose Home. St. Mary's Church Sodality Elects Officers of St. Mary's Sodality were redacted at the Christmas party a recent night in the church hall. Mrs. John Clancey was elected president for her third term. Other officers rc-clccted included: Miss Dolores"* Eirich, vice president; Mrs. William Ncwnam, secretary; Mrs. Regis Brinker, treasurer; Miss Mary Margaret Daugherty, librarian; and Mrs. Frank Gobeli, sunshine chairman. The Christmas party and program followed the business s sion. The program included vocal selections by Donald Humbertson, group singing of Christmas carols and organ music by Mrs. Newnam, A visit by Santa, portrayed by Mrs. Rose Juliano, featured the party. She distributed jingle gifts and was presented a gift on behalf of the Sodality for serving as San ta. A gift was also presented to Rev. Robert Hopkins, spiritual director of the society. Prizes were won' by Mrs. Clifford Spiker, Miss Madelyn Keech and Miss Angela Laing. Rev. Leo Hewitt, M.M., a guest, and 100 members attended.. The next meeting will be January Long Occupancy Gibraltar, a rock at the southernmost point of the Iberian peninsula, guarding the entrance to the Mediterranean, has been in British possession since 1713. Feel Better- drink Milk Events Briefly Noted Toivn Creek Club Plans Yule Party The Town Creek • Homemakers Club will hold its Christmas meet- Ing and party December 14 at the home of Mrs. Ernest Slider. Plans for the party were discussed at the home of Mrs. Roy Shryock Jr. The nominating committee reported and Mrs. Ernest Snyder was elected president and Mrs. Harvey Johnson treasurer. Mrs. Ralph Buser read- the thought for the month and the Lord's Prayer was recited. Roll call was answered with the "Favorite Method of Cleaning Walls and Floors," and Miss Mary Wise, home demonstration agent, talked on "Treatment of Walls and Floors." Mrs. Shryock was honored at the" conclusion of the meeting. She is leaving to reside'in Clearville, Pa. PTA Holds Meeting ROMNEY—At a recent meeting of Romney Grade School PTA, it was revealed that the organization now has 250 paid memberships. Mr,s. Sarah Mulledy's room received the award for having the highest percentage of parents paying memberships. Bridge Club Near Record Of Total Play The Western Maryland Bridge Association will play a full master Point game tonight at the Fort Cumberland Hotel. .-.•• Albert .' D. Heacox urges all members of the association ;,to attend all sessions scheduled during December, in order : to make. 1955 a record breaking year in bridge in Cumberland. He reports that up to December 1, over 5,000.players attended the 47 weeks of play of the Western Maryland Bridge Association and its affiliated clubs. :• . December 10 - at 1 p;' m., the Cumberland Duplicate Bridge Club will play its monthly full master point game at the Elks Club; December .15 a special winners game will be. played fay the Western Maryland Bridge Association. There 'will be a ."B". section for all players not. qualified for the winners section. . . This special winners game will be a benefit for the Muscular-Dystrophy Fund. At Tuesday night's special charity, game for'.the National Society of Crippled Children and'Adults, there were seven tables playing 28 boards, with a top of six on each an'd an average of 84. First place winners, North and South, with a score of 89 plus, were Mrs. J. D. Paddleford and Mrs. Rae Cohn; second, Mrs. Russell Bortz and Mrs. Joseph Knepp; third, Mrs. Robert Nichols and Mrs. Joseph Feldstein; fourth, Mrs. Loraine Eisenberg and Mrs. Louis Waingold. East and West first place win T ners, with a score of 98, were Mrs. Emmett Jones and C. C. DeHaven: second, James Preaskorn and Paul Arbogast; third, Mrs. Mary Deal and Edgar Dawson; and fourth, S. Russ Minter and Norman Taylor. Bedford Road Homemakers Hold Christmas Program NSA Chapter Will- Mark Anniversary The eighth anniversary of Algonquin Chapter, 'National Secretaries Association, will be celebrated with a dinner tonight at 6:30 at Moon's dining room. . Members are to bring contributions for a food basket for a needy family. Mrs. Mary Catherine Reed is chairman of the dinner committee, which includes Miss Patricia Golden, Miss Dorothy Hillegas, Miss- Frances Snoeburger, Mrs Mary Matthews and Mrs. Bertie Ranck. Miss Dorothy Lee Campbell is program chairman. The Bedford Road Homemakers Club held its Christmas celebration with, a covered dish turkey dinner arid program Tuesday night at Zion Methodist Church hall. . The table was decorated with miniature snow men, poinsettias and red candles in holly holders The hall was decorated with pine boughs. Mrs. Vincent Lindner ga"e the invocation. A Christmas tree, made by Mrs. Irene Christman of green and silver paper trimmed with varicolored balls, was displayed. The program opened with the singing of Christmas carols directed by Mrs. Paul Gilford..' A reading, "The Gift of Magi," was given by Mrs. Thomas Boyle. All members participated in the games played which were directed by Mrs.'Gilford. Mrs. Fred Roberts, retiring president, was presented with a nylon blouse as a gift from the club in appreciation of her work the past two years. ' Mrs. George Koontz, a guest, and the following members attended: Mesdames William Pitzer. Harry Cidhi, Estel Oester, Charles Evans, Lawrence Lowery, Albert Brotemarkle, S. B. Simon, Cv C. Judy, Russell Robinson, R. E. Thompson, E. Gi Stewart, - Thomas • Wotring, Robert Streett, Leslie Brinkman, William ;C. McDermott and J. R. Earsom. Mesdames Albert Blamble, Ella Klavuhn, Sue Firlie, Irene Christman, Vincent Lindner, Fred Roberts, R. W. Armbruster, May Cameron, S. B. Thorn, Harold Hyde, Howard Erode, Rachael lames, Bernard Miltenberger, W. C. Straw, W. 0. Wolford and William C. Kniseley. ' . Cumberland Chapter To Elect Tomorrow Cumberland Chapter 56, Order of the Eastern Star, will elect officers at a meeting tomorrow night at 8 o'clock at Masonic Temple. Mrs. Ethel Zimmerman, worthy matron, and Ivan Hall, worthy patron, will preside. Following the program refreshments will be served in the dining hall. Every man loves ibis slipper. It is made of fine saddle leather, and lined with chamois. The mil is softly padded. CHEROKEE OPERA $095 We have these comfortable slippers in a wide choice of handsome styles and colors. Bring your list, and make your Christmas shopping easy. SOFT LEATHER Ginger . . . Brown . . . Wine Goy Plaid Lining 4.95 Drink ^j glasses of milk every day Liberty's Potomac Farms MILK all gifts beautifully wrapped by requett ... no charge Mrs. Frances Butler, daughter o£ Mrs. Madeline Wright, and granddaughter -of Mrs. Connie Faye Wright, 321 Bedford Street, visited Mr. and Mrs.'Glenn F. Guenter- burg, Silver Spring. • - -, Mrs. Eva Shaffer, 12 North Mechanic Street, is a patient in Sacred Heart Hospital. : " Miss Colleen Patton, Cresaptown, is in PensacoTa, Fla., where she has accepted a position as a telephone operator. ' Great Books Group Studies Shakespeare Mrs. Milton Granet, LaVale, was hostess Tuesday to the Great Books Group.of the Cumberland Branch, American Association of University Women. • ' '•Mrs. John Hafer reviewed tfie. life of Shakespeare" and recommended the book "Will Shakespeare," by Ernest Hill. Dn.Lelfa Stevens presented a study of "Othello," from the time it was written in 1602 to the present, and named the outstanding actors who have portrayed Othello and lago.. -• Because of the holidays the next meeting will be held January 10 at the home of Mrs. Hafer, Baltimore Avenue. At that time "Fathers and Sons," by Turgenev, will be the book discussed. .• •; Yule Party Planned PIEDMONT — Calanthe Temple 8, Pythian Sisters, will hold its annual Christmas party Tuesday evening after a business meeting. Jingle gifts will be exchanged and refreshments will be served. Buster Brown Shoes for Children! at Shinnamon's I 61 Baltimore Sr. • . . . 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